This week, we share our live TCG conference session with arts journalist Sharon Eberson, City Theatre co-artistic director Monteze Freeland, and Quantum Theatre founder Karla Boos.
This year in-person offerings and a musical theatre showcase have been added to the Detroit festival uplifting Black stories and playwrights.
This month Brian talks to the ‘Yoga Play’ author about the absurdism of real life and how her globally forged voice meets contemporary American life.
This month Woodzick talks to the founder of the Bearded Ladies Cabaret about her origin story, gender cannibals, and the fine art of hosting.
The honor goes to a freelance director focused on building just communities through generative work, consensus organizing, and research and development.
The longtime leader of Rochester, N.Y.’s Geva Theatre Center will take the helm of Cleveland’s flagship theatre while it searches for a permanent successor to Laura Kepley.
The experienced director and educator will suceed Andrew Borba in running the summer theatre in southwest New York state.
After a year as director of the theatre’s director of inclusion, diversity, equity, and access (IDEA), she will move up to both oversee a wider variety of operations and to infuse IDEA values throughout the organization.
The NYC-based company will next host Criminal Queerness Festival, welcoming theatremakers from nations where homosexuality is outlawed at a time when U.S. also faces renewed threats from the homophobic right.
The 2022 cohort includes 6 Pittsburgh-based BIPOC leaders in all theatre disciplines.